Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Whether you’re 13 or 53, this may affect you In most cultures, it’s rare to talk about menstruation—which downplays the universal role it has in the lives of women. It’s very important for women to understand their own cycle, because abnormal bleeding may be the first warning sign of a deeply concerning health problem she

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How to Help Young People Transition Into Adulthood

With so much rapid-fire change in the world, the job of preparing our young people for the future has become increasingly daunting. The Institute of the Future issued a report in 2017 that declared that 85 percent of the jobs in 2030—when today’s secondgraders will graduate high school—have not been invented yet. On top of

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Cat Flu

Cat flu is a common disease in kittens and unvaccinated adult cats Cat ‘flu’ is caused by a combination of viruses affecting the eyes, mouth, nasal passages and throat in cats. None of the viruses are actually influenza, so it is a badly named condition. The main viruses involved are Feline Herpes Virus and Feline

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Canine Carts

Meet your new favorite humans: This couple dedicates their life to helping disabled dogs get back on their proverbial paws If you’ve ever had mobility issues you know how much it affects everything you do, from getting around to using the toilet. For dogs, this can be a death sentence because crippled dogs often get

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The Application of the Treker Safety Check System

By partnering with American company Treker to apply safety check system on buses, The American School (TAS) is working to enhance students’ safety Safety first. No one understands that better than educators and school owners, who are responsible for not only educating but also keeping other people’s children safe. With lots of incidents in which

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The Benefits of Using Medical Marijuana

New Jersey is known for the picturesque Cape May, the oldest seashore resort in the United States. The state also has over 50 other resorts, people all over the world visit every year. So, it’s no wonder why New Jersey possesses the second-largest tourism industry in the country.  Aside from its heavenly resort-packed shopping districts,

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6 Symptoms of Hernia to look out for

You must be curious to know everything about Hernia. Well, in that case, we would assist you with all the possible knowledge we can. A hernia generally occurs when any specific organ pushes through a muscle or tissue opening that originally holds the organ in its position. For instance, your intestines might break through a

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Barrier to Reading

How much background knowledge is needed to understand a piece of text? New research appears to discover the tipping point By now, you’ve probably heard of the baseball experiment. It’s several decades old but has experienced a resurgence in popularity since Natalie Wexler highlighted it in her best-selling new book, The Knowledge Gap. In the

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No Phone; No Problem

Surprisingly, ISHCMC-AA students embraced the school’s no phone policy This is the general feel we gained after implementing a new “no phone policy” at ISHCMC-AA this academic year. To our surprise it has been embraced with open arms. It was an idea widely supported by our students’ parents to help us help them get their

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Flight, Flight, Freeze

Do schools in Vietnam care about mental health? Now that school is back in full swing in Vietnam, a question that has often been in the background, under the radar, is now becoming voiced more often: Is my son or daughter getting the mental health support they need at school? What we already know is

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